Kentucky State Police

Update: May, 2017

“Hopeful troopers, who were once required to have 60 hours of college credit and two years of active duty experience as soldiers or police officers, now need just a high school diploma or GED, plus three years of work experience. Additional education and previous police or military service are now considered bonuses, according to KSP’s website.”

An rotating images of cadet class pictures

The Kentucky State Police is the leading law enforcement agency for the Commonwealth of Kentucky.  Becoming a sworn officer in the Kentucky State Police is much more than just a job.  And the benefits extend well beyond those of ordinary professions.

As a Kentucky State Police Trooper, you’ll be in a position that offers almost immeasurable rewards in the pursuit of service to the citizens of the Commonwealth of Kentucky.



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